NCLC . Children's Literature
Found in 110 Collections and/or Records:
The author of twenty-nine books for children and young adults, Mr. MacKellar also taught courses in creative writing and conducted many literary workshops. The collection contains illustrations, dummies and manuscripts associated with four titles. Mr. MacKellar also donated a signifcant number of his books.
Materials related to children's book authors and illustrators Betsy and Guilio Maestro. The materials include illustrations, manuscripts, and notes related to works published by the pair.
The collection contains original art, dummies, manuscripts, proofs and sketchbooks for approximately sixty books and short stories.
The Mary Greenwalt Papers include forty-four illustrations of her works on the lives of famous composers published between 1936 and 1946. Twenty-two illustrations have been identified as to the books in which they appeared; twenty-two remain unconnected to published works.
The collection contains books written by Marzollo and products inspired by the popular I Spy series of books.
The Barbara McClintock Papers consist of manuscript sketches, correspondence, artwork, notes, and correspondence having to do with Animal Fables from Aesop, adapted and illustrated by McClintock, published 1991 by David Godine. The book was adapted for a stage play by the Children's Theatre Company.
The Emily Arnold McCully Papers consist of sketches and artwork for eight of her books: The Taxing Case of the Cows, the Divide, Old Home Day, Ballot Box Battle, Ballerina Swan, My Heart Glow, Secret Seder, and The Helpful Puppy.
The Wendell Minor Papers include incomplete sets of manuscripts, dummies, sketches, drawings, illustrations, and proofs associated with fifteen books illustrated by Wendell Minor. The collection also contains greeting cards and posters illustrated by Minor.
Collection contains Moody's letters, notes, photographs, realia and audiovisual materials pertaining to children's literature.
Barry Moser had already established a reputation for himself as the premier American engraver of woodcuts in the 20th century before he turned to working primarily on designing and illustrating children's books. Moser has worked on over 200 books. He is the winner of an American Book Award. Barry Moser takes an active role in the design of any book that he illustrates, often contributing to type choice, layout, and cover design.
The collection contains the records of the Movable Book Society, donated by Frank Gagliardi, a member of the Society who has donated numerous children's pop-up books to Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center.
Children's book author and illustrator. Since 1986, Nolan has been the coordinator of illustration in the Hartford Art School.
Ms. Orr has donated original art and miscellaneous production materials for The Natural World of the Turks and Caicos and an unidentified color illustration. In recent years, she donated her book, Beautiful Heart, Beautiful Spirit. Her father, Dr. William Orr, also added to his daughter's collection with the donation of original illustrations, spot art, proof sheets, correspondence, books and manuscript materials.
The Michele Palmer Papers consist of typescripts, galley proofs, clippings, correspondence and dummies relating to Ms. Palmer's works of children's literature.
Born in 1927 in New Jersey, Parker is the illustrator of over forty children's books. Parker currently lives in Connecticut.
Galley proofs of The Crow.
The collection contains drafts and proofs of Mr. Peck's publication, Here Lies the Librarian.
The collection consists of promotional materials, three pieces of original art and an incomplete set of proofs for King Solomon and his Magic Ring.
The Raab Associates Records document the work of Susan and David Raab in the children's book marketing business.
A children's book author since 1980, Ms. Ransom has donated original manuscripts, notes, proofs, galleys, and books. She has also donated original manuscripts from twenty-five novels (including reference and research materials) and thirty other published works (including some foreign language editions).
Anita Riggio has illustrated a number of children's books and has also worked as a cartoonist and a commercial illustrator. The collection consists of original artwork and manuscripts for 25 children's books and two magazine articles, in addition to a selection of Ms. Riggio's production materials for her commercial work.
The collection contains research notes, correspondence, drafts, revisions and other materials pertaining to stories or books written by Ms. Rogasky.
The collection contains one ink, crayon (?) and watercolor sketch.
The Richard Scarry Papers contain materials related to Scarry himself, but the majority of the archives pertains to the creation, production, and distribution of his books for children. The archives contains materials and correspondence concerning Scarry's early work, with Western Publishing and Little Golden Books, beginning in the 1950s. A greater amount of material concerns the works produced by Scarry during his later association with Random House.
Children's illustrator residing in Woodmere, N.Y., has illustrated over 300 books.
The Maurice Sendak Collection of James Marshall contains books, drawings, paintings, and dummies created by James Marshall and owned by Sendak. The collection also contains a small wooden box that contains Marshall's watercolor brushes, eyeglasses, a pen, and a note in Sendak's hand.
Pegi Deitz Shea was born 22 September 1960, in Matawan, NJ, the daughter of George A. Deitz (a high school teacher and coach) and Margaret J. (a legal secretary) Devlin. She attended Rutgers College, Rutgers University (1982) and has been awarded the Evelyn Hamilton Award for Creative Writing, Rutgers College (1982).